WHO to launch coronavirus information app on March 30
Coronavirus is spreading all over the world; we are getting a lot of news about Coronavirus cases.
We have been watching or hearing various news related to the coronavirus, some of them are true and some are false.
We do not find accurate information about the coronavirus; WHO has decided that they will launch their official app regarding the coronavirus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) will soon launch an information app for smartphone users because of the rapid spread of coronavirus cases.
According to a foreign news agency, the number of Corona virus-infected patients has exceeded 5 million worldwide.
And now the World Health Organization is planning to build an app that will provide users with information on not only the Coronavirus. Besides, the app will allow users to know all the statistics regarding the number and deaths of coronavirus patients worldwide.
According to the 9 to 5 Google reports that WHO is developing an app for Android and iOS users which will ensure the delivery of all information related to Cod-19.
WHO hopes this app will be considered an important tool for treating the coronavirus, as well as for spreading misinformation through travel tips and social media. They say features will be enhanced over time, such as location information and tools to help Covid 19’s patients understand when it’s time to go to the doctor.
According to the recent reports that the initial version of the app will be released on March 30, which includes Arabic, Chinese, English, French, and Spanish. The World Health Organization is currently providing all information about the Coronavirus through its website and WhatsApp Chatbot. It should be noted that the Coronavirus has more than 24,000 deaths worldwide, while the number of infected patients has exceeded 5 million.
This will be a serious initiative by WHO that can do much good for the health of people around the world.